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1876 - Complement of Dockyard

1876-7. Following the Great Extension, many new trades entered the Dockyard as follows:

Apprentices. Established 0; Hired 131.

Blockmakers. Established 3.

Block Mills. Established16.

Braziers and Tinmen. Established 5; Hired 3.

Bricklayers. Established 1; Hired 1. 1

Boilermakers. Hired 125.

Boys. Hired 296

Caulkers. Established 80; Hired 6.

Colour Women. Hired 20.

Coopers. Established 1.

Coppersmiths. Established 20; Hired 40.

Draughtsmen. Hired 13.

Engineer Students. Hired 59.

Fitters. Hired 310.

Founders. Hired 35.

Hosemakers. Established 1.

Joiners. Established 124; Hired 164.

Labourers. Established 168; Hired 700.

Leading Men of Stores. Established 1.

Locksmiths. Established 2.

Masons. Established 1.

Messengers. Established 8; Hired 1.

Painters. Established 30; Hired 38.

Pattern Makers. Hired 24.

Plumbers. Established 10; Hired 2.

Recorders of Works. Hired 6.

Riggers. Established 124; Hired 114.

Sailmakers. Established 30; Hired 13.

Saw Mill Men. Established 15.

Sawyers. Established 2; Hired 4.

Shipwrights. Established 809; Hired 350.

Skilled Labourers. Hired 614.

Smiths. Established 192; Hired 141.

Storehouse men and Store Porters. Established 21; Hired 2.

Surgery Attendant. Established 1.

Tailors. Established 1.

Timekeepers. Hired 4.

Wheelwrights. Established 6; Hired 4.